Nutshell

We continue our "In a Nutshell" series with Steve Ross of Shackleton Technologies.

What is Shackleton Technologies and what do they do?

IT Managed Services Provider with HQ in Dundee. We specialise in IT infrastructure whether on-premise or in the Cloud. We also provide business continuity, disaster recovery and IT security solutions. We wrap all this up together through a strategic approach to IT with our clients. We look to build an IT roadmap for them over 2 to 5 years so they can invest and budget accordingly. IT is the base from which most companies are built. We work best with client who value this approach.

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We continue our "In a Nutshell" and Romanian series' with Sorina-Alexandra Tocaci of Endava.

What is Endava and what do they do?

We started in 2000, as a consulting firm delivering IT strategy and architecture services to some of the world’s largest banks and payments companies. Since then we have understood the changing needs of our customers and evolved into an IT Services organisation built on a foundation of industry expertise, engineering excellence and offshore delivery, committed to providing challenging and rewarding careers for the people who work for us.

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Today's nutshell is Delia Bulgaru. Delia is a student in media at Robert Grodon's University. She was a placement student at Company Connecting, and she is now working with us part time to help with our social media

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In a Nutshell with John Gillies of Clark IT

What's the connection between BT Internet, Michael Hutchence, and the Dounreay nuclear plant? john's nutshell provides an insight into the man himself. The main issue he is currently addressing is the increased workload beccause of the introduction of the General Data Protecion Regularion (GDPR...

In a Nutshell: Robin Prior MD of Abergower, specialists in 3D Printing & Document Scanning

We are bringing back our “In a Nutshell” series where we ask entrepreneurs and business people a series of questions to get an idea of what makes them tick.

This week the spotlight is on Robin Prior who started out as a trainee salesman for Tandy TRS80 series. Today he is Managing...

Next instalment in our Student & Graduate series: we spoke to Iona Murray of Wallet Services who's also studying Marketing & Business in Edinburgh.

Iona Murray Edinburgh University Student Marketing Scotland

This weeks Nutshell is David Howarth of iDE8. His company does some pretty interesting stuff which includes exploring the concept of tricorders. "Trekkies" will know that tricorders were used in the Starfleet to scan and examine living beings as well as recording data and numerous other activities. 

Image of a tricorder accompanying the David Howarth Nutshell. A Tricorder is a a tricorder is a multifunction hand-held device used for sensor scanning, data analysis, and recording data.

In a Nutshell with Kenny Steele of Pinnacle Visualisation

Our nutshell today is Kenny Steele of Pinnacle Visualisation. Kenny and his sister Lynsey Steele set up Pinnacle Visualisation three years ago. They participated in the first Elevator Accelerator cohort which helped them to consolidate their vision for the business. They have worked closely with...

Today's nutshell is Kenny Steele, Director of Pinnacle Visualisation. Pinnacle Visualisation is an innovative software development house specialising in Augmented and Virtual Reality solutions.

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Today's nutshell is David Eccles, Director of Wallscope. Wallscope is focused on developing Artificial Intelligence tools which semantically enhance ‘non semantic’ pieces of content.

Wallscope was formed to enable David and his colleague Ian Allaway to  build on the research and development they had carried out in the area of semantic technology and linked data principles.

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